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Hunter Biden attributes his penis obsession to ‘body dysmorphia’
By Jon Levine   
August 6, 2022 3:36pm

Hunter Biden said his obsession with naked selfies was a result of “body dysmorphia,” according to a rambling screed found in the notes of his hard drive.

“I loved to be reassured that my 9-inch very big penis was actually big. It may sound funny to you but its [sic] body dysmorphia … I know my penis is almost twice the size of an average man’s penis,” the first son wrote on July 12, 2018. The note was found in the hard drive of a laptop Biden left at a Delaware computer store in April 2019.

In addition to his web of shady overseas business dealings, one of the most recurring and consistent themes in the abandoned laptop are homemade pornography, selfies in varying states of undress, drug use, and images he took of his manhood in various states of arousal.

Just one day after writing the note, Hunter Biden posted a series of images of himself having sex with an unnamed woman.  ...
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I think the likelihood he was molested by his father may have something to do with it, too.
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Re: Hunter Biden attributes his penis obsession to ‘body dysmorphia’
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2022, 07:43:31 pm »
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I think the likelihood he was molested by his father may have something to do with it, too.

A possibility. Hunter is not right and nor is his pappy.  Where was Mama Jill??
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